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Update: Proposed Settlement in Target Data Breach Litigation

The proposed settlement agreement in the Target data breach consumer litigation that we reported on on March 19, 2015 has been approved by the judge, and a final approval hearing set for November 10, 2015. Based on this order, class members should start to receive notice of the settlement within 45 days of yesterday’s order.… Continue Reading

Proposed Settlement in Target Data Breach Litigation

A proposed settlement has been reached in the multi-district consumer litigation Target faces following a data breach that compromised at least 40 million credit cards during the 2013 holiday shopping season. The settlement, which requires Target to pay $10 million into a settlement fund and adopt specific data security measures, still needs court approval. If … Continue Reading

One Year Later: Consumers Can Proceed Against Target in Data Breach Lawsuit

On the one-year anniversary of Target’s announcement that it had suffered a massive data breach, Judge Magnuson in the District of Minnesota cleared the way for a consumer class action against the retailer to move forward into discovery. Earlier this month, the court ruled that the financial institution class actions can also proceed. In the … Continue Reading
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